Introductory classes will teach basic tumbling and acrobatic skills on the tumble track and rod floor. The class will focus on body alignment, tumbling skill acquisition, and the power generation needed to perform acrobatics safely and develop new skills. Yoga positions will used to develop proper technique.
Introductory classes will teach the fundamentals of aerial hoop and trapeze. Intermediate classes will focus on building transitions between skills and developing short routines. All students will gain confidence in the air while developing strength and flexibility on aerial apparatus.
Defy gravity on the Chinese Pole! Learn how to climb, grip and perform basic poses on the Chinese pole. Focus on core strength conditioning and flexibility in the class to enable development of more complex holds, climbs, maneuvers and Chinese pole skill sequencing.
Circus Bravo — similar to our popular Ringmaster class for kids, but now for adults (18 and up). This 2-hour “Big Kid’ circus class will allow you to run away and join the circus, learning the basics of acrobatics, trampoline, pyramids, juggling, and trapeze along the way. All shapes, sizes and abilities are welcome.
Spin around and around in this unique class focusing on the fundamentals of German Wheel. Learn basic rolls, simple acrobatics, inversions and poses in the large acrobatic wheel. Focus on alignment and conditioning to enable the learning of sequencing skills together and more advanced German wheel skills.
Students will learn how to dance with the hoop while doing fun tricks and transitions using light weight poly pros. This fun and interactive class is available to all, whether you have experience with a hoop or not, and will focus on a performance-oriented style.
Introductory classes are geared to beginners and intermediate students. Working in pairs and groups, students will learn basic skills and techniques for partner balancing, including partner pyramids and hand balancing.
Partner Acro is an exciting blend of partner yoga, acrobatics and circus main à main. This class introduces the fundamentals of static acrobatic and partner body balancing and it challenges partners to develop strength and flexibility through movement and dynamic balance.
Learn the skills necessary to spin and perform acrobatics in a large metal spinning circus wheel called the Roue Cyr. Students will develop wheel acceleration, spinning, wheel waltzes, and safe deceleration skills. Class will focus on core strength development and basic acrobatic skills need to foster proficiency.
This class uses progressive conditioning to develop the muscles necessary to handstand, climb, and tumble with confidence and ease. Find length and space in your body through passive, active, and partner stretching to work safely into backbends, splits, twists, and more.
Beginner trapeze students will enjoy this class as they build their swinging trapeze repertoire. In addition to learning new skills, students will be guided toward building a trapeze act with music of their choice.
*NEW*: Please note, there is new time for Swinging Trapeze — it’s now running on Wednesdays AND Fridays.
Level I introductory classes are designed for individuals who have never done silks before, do not know how to climb, or have taken a silks class before and can barely climb. Students will learn to climb the tissu, inversion technique, and some basic tissu formations. Student will learn lacelock, half diaper, and be able to link 3 skills together.
Level II classes are for students who have experience on tissu and are able to climb to the top of the tissu at least twice for warmup, invert without cheating, and link more than 3 skills together while staying in the tissu. Students will work towards intermediate wrapping and release skills, and developing a routine.
Level I classes begin with non-inverted skills and moves participants toward developing Level II and III skills for inverted flipping and twisting.
Level I classes focus on basic unicycle skills. Students will learn how to get on and off the unicycle and practise riding using support (and possibly riding without support). Once students can ride in a straight line, they will work on turning, free mounts, idling, and more.